New Moms Support Groups

Our weekly New Mom Support Groups are for any new parents in our community. They are led by an experienced Mother/Baby nurse or IBCLC and usually include a guest speaker on a topic of interest to new parents. These in-person groups also include Breastfeeding Support at each meeting. Bring your baby (newborn – 6 months) with you! Moms-to-be are also welcome! 

Due to the potential spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), social distancing is recommended.  Masks are required at any healthcare facility but optional at the church. Please check this page prior to coming to an in-person support group as any schedule changes will be listed here. Or you can call the New Mom Support Group phone line at 630-527-3957 to see if the groups have been canceled on that particular day—especially during inclement weather. We will post the cancellation no later than 9 a.m. on the date of the meeting.

Edward-Elmhurst Health promotes vaccinations for babies and parents. Some babies are too young for certain vaccines, so please do not attend if you or your baby have fever, colds, flu-like symptoms, or rashes. Please ask one of the nurses if you have any questions on recent recommendation for vaccines.  

Wesites and Class Handouts

Developmental Info:


Breastfeeding Info:


Twins Info:

For the New Mom:


CPR training

To learn CPR for Infant/Child/Adult, sign up for our CPR for Family & Friends class here

Cradle Talk Online

Meets virtually every Monday 10 a.m. Contact for the current link to attend.

  • 4/1 Q&A with a Mother/Baby Nurse
  • 4/8 Reading to Baby
  • 4/15 TBD
  • 4/22 Tummy Time/Developmental Milestones
  • 4/29 Pelvic Floor Health for New Moms

Nurturing Mom

A support group for new and expectant moms looking for support with the transition to parenthood as well as those experiencing symptoms of perinatal anxiety and/or depression.  Please contact if you need directions or the link for the virtual meetings. Please contact if you plan to attend, but please be considerate of others and do not attend if mom or baby have had any symptoms of illness within the previous 24 hours. 

  • 4/4 virtually at 2 p.m.
  • 4/10 in Naperville 11:30 a.m.
  • 4/17 virtually at 11:30 a.m.
  • 4/18 in Lombard at 2 p.m.
  • 4/24 in Naperville at 11:30 a.m.